Normally, libido and sexual functions of human body are monitored by the endocrine system. Moreover, they are also controlled by the level of male sex hormone testosterone, produced by the testicles. Through chemicals such as dopamine, working as intermediaries between nerve cells and brain, it can cause sexual desire. The “explosion” of libido and male potency can be achieved slightly by the increase in the level of testosterone in the blood, which is regulated by the pituitary.
Lack of sexual desire or a sharp decrease of sexual libido in men very often is associated with psychological causes. It can be caused by chronic or permanent stress, anxiety, depression, hard work, family problems, feelings associated with failure on sexual front. Moreover, decreased libido may occur in men because of too strict upbringing and cultural traditions laid in childhood. Prolonged abstinence from sexual activity also can cause low libido or its total absence.
The main factors improving libido and potency, are nutrition and physical activity.
You must eat properly. There should be exactly 30 percent of fat in the food; no less and no more. The fact is that male hormones have lipid, which means fat basis. Not to mention the fact that there is a diversity of products that can increase and make the improvement of potency, and that at the top of the list are those that contain phosphorus. Phosphorus, which is one of the most common mineral substances contained in the human body, is the first mineral considered to have a direct impact on the libido, and the increase of sexual potency. Phosphorus joins with nitrogen, fatty acids and glycerine, forming phospholipid lecithin, which promotes the secretion of various hormones, including sex hormones that increase potency.
If you want to decrease the amount of phosphorus you should try the products listed below: brewer’s yeast, wheat bran, pumpkin seeds, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, almonds, peanuts, dried speckled beans, cheese, cheddar, wheat, walnuts, millet, chicken, brown rice , eggs, garlic, crab, cottage cheese, beef, lamb, mushrooms, fresh green peas, sweet corn, raisins, whole milk, yogurt, brussels sprouts, dried prunes, broccoli, potatoes with the peel, parsley, spinach, squash, green beans , avocado, carrots, onions, red cabbage, celery.